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Basalt columns near the ocean - both quarried and un-quarried.


Parking at the Northern end of Bombo Beach on Panama Street. Follow the road/path round a long bend and turn off right just before reaching the sewer works. Down some stairs and you are into the quarry. Spring Tide is on the left end of the wall directly in front of you. The other climbs are abit further North.

Ethic inherited from Illawarra

Lots of bolts in this region. Most development has been done after the 1980s.


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In the 1980s this area was home to some of Australia's hardest routes.


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V3 ** Spring Tide Boulder 4m

Sit start below the break on crimps. Move up via good holds to a committing move for the top.

FA: Yianni Barthelmess & Jack Folkes, 2013

V2 * Left Break Boulder 4m

Sit start low on centre face. Move up and left around vague arete to committing move for the top. No bridging on wall to the left.

FA: Yianni Barthelmess, 2013

V3 ** Right Break Boulder 4m

Sit start low on centre face. Move straight up to another committing move for the top.

FA: Jack Folkes, 2013

V3 * In Deep Boulder 4m

Sit start on right side of face. Move straight up the wall to committing top. Big span will help...

FA: Jack Folkes, 2013

V5 ** In Really Deep Boulder 4m

Dyno variation to In Deep. From the obvious jug to top. Big and committing.

A couple of simple problems north of the water filled cutting towards the north eastern end of the quarry.

V0 Soft Landings Boulder 3m

sit start, up right hand crack

FA: David Malins, 2014


Standing start, straight up the corner.

FA: David Malins, 2014


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